Lesson Plan in English
Through the song entitled “Perfect Two” by Auburn, the students will be able to recognize and identify the most common types of the figures of speech and its usage in forming a sentence.
At the end of the lesson, the students’ should be able to: 1. Identify the different types of figures of speech.
2. Classify the different types of figures of speech.
3. Construct a sentence using different kinds of figures of speech. 4. Recall the 5 commonly used figures of speech through quiz.
II. Subject Matter and Materials
A. Topic: Figures of Speech (Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Hyperbole & Irony) B. Year Level: 3rd Year High school
C. Reference: Literature of the Philippines. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Ferdilyn C. Larcia and Lydia L. Libunao, Ed D et al. (2003). Essential English. Loyola Student Center and Publisher. (2000). D. Materials: Book, Photocopy of quiz, Manila paper with assignment, Laptop, Speaker and Music video of the song “Perfect Two”.
III. Lesson Proper
| Students’ Activity
Our lesson for today is about the figures of speech. We have a lot of figures of speech but we only need to tackle the most commonly used which are the metaphor, simile, personification, hyperbole and irony.Class, I would like you to read the lyrics and sing the song “Perfect Two” by Auburn.
Okay class what can you say about the song?Okay. I have picked 5 lines from that song and I would like you to identify to what type of figures of speech is that, if it is a metaphor, simile, personification, hyperbole and irony. 1. Cause you’re the apple to my pie 2. You can be as cold as the winter weather 3. You can be the butterflies I feel in my belly 4. And you know I can’t live without you 5. I love the way that you smileFor the students who will get the correct answers will automatically have 2 points for the quiz
| They will read and sing with the song “Perfect two.”It was awesome sir. You can find some kind of figures of speech in the song sir.METAPHORSIMILEPERSONIFICATIONHYPERBOLEIRONY
| Students’ Activity
Our topic is about figures of speech. So who can give the meaning of figures of speech? What is figure of speech?Figure of speech is also called Figurative Speech it is a group of words that contains images. As I’ve said earlier we have a lot of figures of speech but we only need to tackle the most commonly used and they are metaphor, simile personification, hyperbole and irony.Who can give the meaning of metaphor? What is metaphor?Good! Metaphor is also a word or phrase denoting an idea or object in place of another word or phrase to suggest likeness between the two.For example: She is a tigress in a battle. (It means, she used the word tigress to give emphasis or to describe that she is brave.)Another example: Morning is a new sheet of paper for you to write.(The new sheet of paper was used as an image of morning; it means new sheet of paper is a new beginning.)Who can give another example?Why is it metaphor?Next, we have simile. What is simile?Very good! Who can give an example of simile?What do you mean by that? Very Good! Another example.What do you mean by that?Good! The next type of figure of speech is the personification. Personification is a figure of speech in which an animal or inanimate object is represented as having human attributes. It is also an idea and abstraction that can be personified.For example, Money talks. We all know that money cannot talk, and only humans can talk. Right?Who can give another example?Good!Next is the hyperbole. Class what is hyperbole?Very well said! Kindly give an example of a hyperbole?Good! Do you think there is a case wherein he or she died because of laughing? In every statement there is a presence of exaggeration.Another example is Dr. Kwak-kwak drank his tea oceans. Who among you drank a tea in the...
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